Connected Home Global Summit Returns to London

  • Posted on: 26 April 2011
  • By: chw staff

On May 24 the connected home global summit returns to London.  This year’s summit like last year will feature a host of industry key players from all area of the connected home sector.  There will be presenters from BT, TiVo, Whirlpool, Google and many more; they will be looking at the 'technology choices and business models that will monetise the connected home'.  Service providers and operators should attend to gain insight into how this growing market sector can be adopted to create new revenue streams.  Users will learn how the devices and media services they buy are changing.

The summit will run over three days, 24 – 26 May.  Day one is the specialist sessions on technical solutions for the connected home. There will be presentation from Nick Sim, Head of Connected Home Research at BT. He will be presenting on ‘optimising your technology strategy for the connected home’.

The second day is titled, the business case and monetising the connected home.  The keynote presentation will be by Eric Bruno, Senior Vice President, Consumer Product Management at Verizon, other presenters include Richard Kramar of Arete Research, he will be presenting ‘Application and Sevices – Monetising the connected home Eco-system’.

The last day is titled, ‘Connected Devices’. One of the topics that will be presented is ‘Smart TVs: Opportunities for pay-TV Operators’, by Vassilis Seferidis, Director of European Business Development at Samsung.

What we have highlighted just a few of the many topics that will be discussed during the sessions for more information visit and register to get a copy of the brochure.

* is a media partner of Connected Home Global Summit 2011.